The bull horns are not just a wink to the Minoan civilization. Dionysos was in fact sometimes associated with the bull. In Euripides’ play the Bacchae, he is called "the god with ox’s horns" (translated by Ian Johnston), and when king Pentheus sees him in his true form (I assume) he says:
"And you look like a bull leading me out here,
with those horns growing from your head.
Were you once upon a time a beast?
It’s certain now you’ve changed into a bull."
I just realized that they have the same nose! Guess he got something from you after all!
Awwww sweet Persephone.